The exhibition was on display at the Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale from Friday 8 October - Saturday 21 November 2021.
The Gallery operated 7 days per week during this period - and was also OPEN on the Melbourne Cup Public Holiday.
There were extended hours for the duration of The Archibald Prize.
Monday-Thursday: 9.15am – 5.30pm (last ticket 4.45pm)
Friday: 9.15am – 10.00pm (last ticket 9.15pm)
Saturday-Sunday: 10.15am - 6.00pm (last ticket 5.15pm)
Melbourne Cup Day (2 November): 10.15am – 6.00pm (last ticket 5.15pm)
It was strongly encouraged that all visitors pre-book their tickets online, as limited tickets were available at the Gallery. This avoids long waiting times and ensures COVID safe guidelines were being met. Everyone visiting the Archibald Prize needed an entry ticket.
No entry was permitted without a ticket.
Tickets were available online. This exhibition has concluded, and tickets are no longer available.
Ticket costs were as follows: Adult $17, Concession $11, Children (5-17) $9, Group 10+ $15, Senior $15, Family (2 adults, 3 children) $45, Family Concession $35, Friends of the Gallery $9, Wedge Members $11
The estimated average visit length was 45 minutes.
It was recommended that you arrive 10 minutes prior to your allocated time to allow for check-in.
If you missed your allocated time, please enquire at reception and we will endeavour to assist you with entry to the next available time.
You must enter within twenty minutes of your stated ticket time, although you can stay in the exhibition space for as long as you like.
Early entry was not be permitted.
Yes, group bookings were available for 10 or more at a special group rate.
No, we did not offer multi-visit tickets, but you were welcome to attend more than once.
Yes, informative tours of the exhibition were available.
Yes, all Gallery spaces are fully accessible to those requiring walking frame or wheelchair access.
Wheelchair accessible toilets are located on Level 1 and 2, and a lift is available from the Archibald Prize Grand Canal Drive entry point to all levels.
Limited cloaking facilities were provided, we recommended leaving large bags at home or at your accommodation.
Yes, unless otherwise signed, photography was permitted without a flash. The use of selfie sticks and tripods was prohibited.
If posting to social media, please tag your photos with #archibaldprizegippsland.
Ticket refunds could be issued up until the start time of each ticketed event, so that the ticket holder could reschedule their booking to another time.
The Covid 19 Policy also applied to ticket refunds.